[B-Greek] arneomai

Iver Larsen iver_larsen at sil.org
Fri May 15 01:02:56 EDT 2009


If you want any verb in the form you mention in the GNT, look at these:

  Mat 27:52; Luk 23:51; Act 14:16; 1Co 15:20; 2Ti 3:5; 1Pe 4:3; 2Pe 1:3; Rev 21:8

ARNEOMAI in the form you want is only found once in the NT, namely 2Ti 3:5. In any form, the verb 
occurs 33 times:
Mat 10:33; Mat 10:33; Mat 26:70; Mat 26:72; Mrk 14:68; Mrk 14:70; Luk 8:45; Luk 9:23; Luk 12:9; Luk 
22:57; Jhn 1:20; Jhn 13:38; Jhn 18:25; Jhn 18:27; Act 3:13; Act 3:14; Act 4:16; Act 7:35; 1Ti 5:8; 
2Ti 2:12; 2Ti 2:12; 2Ti 2:13; 2Ti 3:5; Tit 1:16; Tit 2:12; Heb 11:24; 2Pe 2:1; 1Jn 2:22; 1Jn 2:22; 
1Jn 2:23; Jud 1:4; Rev 2:13; Rev 3:8

If you want to look at all perfect participles in the GNT of any verb, you have work to do. There 
are 667 of them.

Iver Larsen

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Sent: 14. maj 2009 21:55
Subject: [B-Greek] arneomai


>I am currently viewing arneomai from a syntax-ical perspective . If anyone can post on the perfect 
>passivie/ middle deponent participle verb form , please.
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